50 Cent Employee Arrested For Assaulting Woman At Rapper's Mansion

Police in Farmington, Connecticut arrested a man at 50 Cent's mansion for allegedly assaulting a woman.

Authorities accuse Dwayne McKenzie, 27, of choking and striking a New Britain woman with a belt during the altercation, which took place on the rapper's property.

McKenzie was charged with assault, strangulation, breach of peace and unlawful restraint for assaulting the 22-year-old, whose identity has been withheld at press time.

Police in Farmington are familiar with McKenzie, due to an infamous incident in October of 2007.

McKenzie allegedly struck a Connecticut promoter with a 9MM, for reportedly refusing to announce an after party at 50 Cent's mansion.

He was eventually charged with assault and gun charges for his role in the incident.

In August of 2007, McKenzie was arrested for firing a .40 caliber glock at a man who attempted to snatch his $100,000 dollar platinum and diamond necklace.

McKenzie was eventually charged with one count of unlawful discharge of a firearm and one count of reckless endangerment.

According to the Associated Press, McKenzie was released from a local jail, after posting $10,000 bond and is due back in court July 15.